[NA-Discuss] Manitoba E Association ALS Application

Peter Knight ptknight at gmail.com
Mon May 19 15:27:42 UTC 2014

The CAP was indeed an important program for digital inclusion in Canada. I
wrote about it back in 2007 (chapter 3, co-authored with Christine
Desloges, "A experiência canadense de governo on-line e programas de
inclusão digital" pp 58-86 in e-Desenvolvimento no Brasil e no Mundo: São
Caetano do Sul, SP: Yendis, 2007).

Based on what Glenn says here, I would certainly support the application.
Is there a document being circulated?



Peter T. Knight, Ph.D.
Economista e Estrategista de eTransformação
Socio fundador, pesquisador e membro do Conselho Diretor, Instituto Fernand
 Braudel de Economia Mundial http://braudel.org.br
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On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 8:42 AM, Glenn McKnight <secretariat at naralo.org>wrote:

> We  recently received  the  Manitoba  E Association application to become a
> Manitoba  E Association has its  roots in the  CAP program and
> Telecommunities Canada which many of our NARALO members  have their origins
>  Despite  the federal government cutbacks to this program  the organization
> continues  to be active and a viable group outreaching  especially to the
> First Nations through their Summer  Internship program.   They are an
> active  organization with good  addition to the NARALO  family of  ALS's
>  Given our  outreach  efforts to Canada and the  US  to the  first  nations
> I believe their  active  involvement will be  a real asset to building a
>  stronger  RALO.
> I endorse this  application.
> Glenn McKnight
> NARALO Secretariat
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